Morvillo Abramowitz, Brunsden and Radick Honored by The Legal Aid Society with 2011 Pro Bono Publico Awards
November 9, 2011
Morvillo Abramowitz was among a group of distinguished law firms honored by The Legal Aid Society as one of the recipients of the Society's 2011 Pro Bono Publico Award in recognition of the firm's outstanding pro bono service, dedication and commitment to The Legal Aid Society and its clients. In addition, Morvillo Abramowitz Partner Robert Radick and Associate Andrew Brunsden were also honored with 2011 Pro Bono Publico Awards for their work saving homes for low-income New Yorkers and their outstanding advocacy that saved the apartment of a low-income tenant who was wrongfully terminated from the Section 8 subsidy program while she was on maternity leave. The Awards, presented by The Honorable Jonathan Lippman, Chief Judge of the State of New York, recognize the outstanding work of volunteer lawyers, law firms, and corporations, and other professionals who support the Legal Aid Society and/or participate in the Society's Pro Bono Program by providing exceptional legal services to low-income New Yorkers.
The Legal Aid Society is a private, not-for-profit legal services organization, the oldest and largest in the nation, dedicated since 1876 to providing quality legal representation to low-income New Yorkers. It is dedicated to one simple but powerful belief: that no New Yorker should be denied access to justice because of poverty. The Society handles 300,000 individual cases and matters annually and provides a comprehensive range of legal services in three areas: the Civil, Criminal and Juvenile Rights Practices. More information on the Society can be found here.